Jun
17
2012

1Password for Mac Free

1Password for Mac Free

Anyone who uses the Web for a while knows that login information starts to pile up quickly. With online e-mail accounts, login information for online banking, and countless forums, most users start to use the same passwords for everything. It’s pretty easy to see how this is a bad security practice.

Fortunately, you can download 1Password, which remembers all your passwords so you don’t have to. Simply come up with a secure master password and then train 1Password to log in to sites for you. It integrates seamlessly with Apple’s Mac OS X Keychain and generates complex passwords for you, making it impossible for anyone to crack your code. What’s more, you can use 1Password’s Go Fill option to automatically login to your favorite sites (think of it as super secure bookmarks) to get you where you want to be quickly.

You can organize your software licenses all in one section, and you can access 1Password from other computers, as well as sync it with your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad–and the app can now integrate closely with the free Dropbox service, for “syncing to the cloud.” An easy-to-use Sync Conflict Resolver helps you manage differences in data between multiple devices. Overall, if you have a lot of logins for several Web sites, 1Password is the best software available to keep your logins secure without having to remember tons of passwords.

1Password is a Password Manager that uniquely brings you both Security and Convenience. It is the only program that provides Anti-Phishing protection and goes beyond password management by adding Web Form Filling and Automatic Strong Password Generation. All your confidential information, including passwords, identities, and credit cards, is kept in one secure place provided by Apple’s OS X Keychain. 1Password browser extensions support Safari, Camino, Firefox, OmniWeb, DEVONagent, NetNewsWire, Netscape Navigator, and Flock. All browser extensions share the data stored in the keychain which means you never need to manually copy your passwords between browsers or from the password manager to a browser ever again.

 

What’s new in this version:

  • Now code signing using our Apple Developer ID certificate to add support for Gatekeeper in OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion).
  • Now verifying the Data File before starting a backup; showing a critical warning message if there are any issues.
  • Updated 1Password Helper to allow communication with latest Google Chrome Canary and Chrome 19. This should also fix communication with WebKit nightly as well.
  • Now delaying automatic update checks by 60 seconds after launch. In …

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